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Computer Information Systems

AA - Computer Information Systems

Program Outcomes

  • Upon successful completion of the Computer Information Systems AA degree, it is anticipated that students will be able to analyze a business situation and prepare a response using appropriate business documents including reports letters, emails, and project plans that are clear, compelling, analytical, grammatically correct, and concise.

Courses

Freshman Year

  • CIS 50 (Intro to Computing Info Tech)
  • CIS 65 (Introduction to Desktop Operating Systems)
  • CIS 55 (Integrating Office Applications)
  • CIS 88A (Introduction to Microsoft Word for Windows)
  • CIS 88B (Advanced Microsoft Word for Windows)
  • CIS 54 (Excel: Introduction to Spreadsheets)
  • General Education Courses

Sophomore Year

  • CIS 43 (Professional Communications)
  • CIS 66 (Networking Fundamentals)
  • CIS 57 (Access: Introduction to Databases)
  • Systems Analysis and Project Management Options *
  • Programming and Web Design Options *
  • General Education Courses

Total Units: 60

*System Analysis and Project Management Options

Select from the following for a minimum of 5 units:

  • CIS 60 (Systems Analysis and Design)
  • CIS 62 (Project Management)
  • CIS 70 (Project Management Tools)
  • *Programming and Web Design Options

Select from the following for a minimum of 6 units:

  • CIS 80 (Introduction to Programming: Visual Basic)
  • CIS 68 (Using Visual Basic for Microsoft Office Applications)
  • CIS 59A (Web Development: HTML/XHTML)
  • CIS 59B (Web Development: DHTML, CSS, JavaScript)
  • CIS 69 (Web Development: Web Design Technologies and Tools)
  • CIS 46 (Game Programming: 2D and 3D)
  • CIS 59C (JavaScript and Ajax)

Note: Other classes may be substituted to meet the Programming requirement. Please consult Discipline Coordinator, 925.424.1194